Remember that record-setting 250,000-piece LEGO Millennium Falcon built last year in Australia to celebrate Star Wars Day? Well, that's nothing compared to what Legoland Malaysia has planned for this year's festivities.
The Singapore theme park has enlisted master builders Daniel and Christopher Steininger, the team behind the project in Melbourne, to build an even bigger replica of the fastest hunk of junk in the galaxy. How much bigger isn't clear, as Today Online says only that it will be constructed out of "more than 200,000 bricks."
The Steiningers will assemble the Millennium Falcon between April 30 and May 2, with the help of volunteers. It will be unveiled on May 3, on the eve of May the Fourth and ahead of the resort's big weekend celebration.
Legoland Malaysia will display the Millennium Falcon through the end of May, during which time visitors will receive their own miniature version of the LEGO ship.